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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The In-Betweeners: The Eastern Partnership Countries and the Russia-West Conflict
    Apr14

    The In-Betweeners: The Eastern Partnership Countries and the Russia-West Conflict

    In the Russia-West conflict, attention is often drawn to Russian President Vladimir Putin, trying to anticipate his next move. As a result, it becomes easy to miss the unlikely winners and drivers of this confrontation. One of the drivers is the domestic politics of the states in-between the European Union and Russia, and one big winner, at least...

    President Killary: Would The World Survive Another President Clinton?
    Apr14

    President Killary: Would The World Survive Another President Clinton?

    Hillary Clinton is proving to be the “teflon candidate.” In her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination, she has escaped damage from major scandals, any one of which would destroy a politician. Hillary has accepted massive bribes in the form of speaking fees from financial organizations and corporations. She is under investigation for...

    Russian Guard began operations abroad long before its formal establishment.
    Apr13

    Russian Guard began operations abroad long before its formal establishment.

    /New Russian SS ?/- GCSSI. 04/13/2016 April 5, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the creation of a new structure based on the Interior Ministry troops. New paramilitary has been called “The Federal Service National Guard troops” for short – Rusguard. It is noteworthy that under the authority Rusguard declared the possibility of...

    Nordic Security: Moving Towards NATO?
    Apr13

    Nordic Security: Moving Towards NATO?

    This analysis considers how Russia’s aggression against Ukraine has impacted the potential for greater Nordic defense cooperation. By looking at 1) how this collaboration has evolved over time, and 2) the present defense policies of Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway, the text’s author concludes that the creation of an enduring...

    How many Crimean Tatars will Russia declare ‘extremists’ ?
    Apr13

    How many Crimean Tatars will Russia declare ‘extremists’ ?

    Nobody expected real court hearings on Russia’s execution of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, yet the level of legal nihilism demonstrated has still been staggering. Crimean ‘Prosecutor’ Natalya Poklonskaya has just announced that she is suspending the activities of the Mejlis until the court ruling – just in case anybody was in...

    IWP will present “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Hungary”
    Apr13

    IWP will present “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Hungary”

    On April 20 the Institute of World Policy is going to hold a public discussion and present the research paper on the Hungarian-Ukrainian relations within the project “Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Putin’s Government in Donbas
    Apr13

    Putin’s Government in Donbas

    In March, the German tabloid Bild published an article based on a secret document that reveals how breakaway areas of eastern Ukraine have come under direct Kremlin control. The revelations cast the ongoing Minsk 2 peace negotiations in a new light, one that illuminates the frustration being expressed by the Ukrainian government. …read more...

    In Connections We Trust
    Apr13

    In Connections We Trust

    Is there a way to develop a country where there is virtually no trust in the state? If someone thinks so, please let us know. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia Pushes Back ‘Putin’s Bridge’ to Annexed Crimea by a Year
    Apr13

    Russia Pushes Back ‘Putin’s Bridge’ to Annexed Crimea by a Year

    April 13, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia’s Gazprom Challenges $3.4 Bln Fine From Ukraine
    Apr13

    Russia’s Gazprom Challenges $3.4 Bln Fine From Ukraine

    April 13, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

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